WalkCT Family Ramble: Flat Stanley's CT Outdoor Adventure #5
Wilcox Woods Conservation Area, Footit Drive, Middletown
Saturday, July 30, 2011 - 10:00am - 12:30pm
Families with school-aged children
Help find Flat Stanley! Flat Stanley has gone missing on the Connecticut portion of the New England Trail (NET) and we need your help to find him. Join us for a fun adventure as we embark on a scavenger hunt and search for clues to find the hidden CT Flat Stanley letterbox. Find Flat Stanley as we hike the NET and have your picture taken with him to be entered into a random drawing for a CT Walk Book. Fun for all ages. Bring your own stamp and journal if you have one or borrow one of ours. Wear waterproof/ comfortable shoes; bring your camera (optional). Rain postpones to Sunday, July 31, same time.
Based on the character, stories, and adventures of Flat Stanley created by the late Jeff Brown of Stonington, CT. FLAT STANLEY® is a registered trademark of the Trust u/w/o Richard C. Brown f/b/o Duncan Brown.
To prepare for a safe and enjoyable time:
1. Be ready to begin the Ramble at the scheduled start time;
2. Bring water, snack, and your excitement;
3. Leave pets at home or other safe place;
4. Wear sturdy shoes; and
5. Kids, please remember to bring your parents or caregivers.
WalkCT Family Rambles is a program of the Connecticut Forest & Park Association, designed to bring families, fun, and the outdoors together. Led by trained WalkCT Family Guides, these engaging outings are offered at trails around the state on the last weekend of every month. Because these adventures are geared specifically for families, kids and their caregivers will delight in this outdoor quest for fun together. Babies in secured backpacks are welcome.
From southern Connecticut (New Haven, Waterbury): 91N, Exit 20 Country Club Rd, Left on Country Club Rd (1.0 mile), Right on Atkins St (0.8 mi), Left on Footit Dr.
From northern CT (Hartford, etc): 91S, Exit 20 Country Club Rd, Left on Middle St, Right on Country Club Rd, Right on Atkins St (0.8 mi), Left on Footit Dr.
Park on Footit or Shirley’s Ct. Meet at the green sign that says “City of Middletown, Wilcox Woods, Lamentation Mountain Conservation Area”